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Motor News Weekly is interactive talk radio at its best, giving listeners all over North America the opportunity to share their love and enthusiasm for automobiles by giving them the opportunity to talk with experts directly. Motor News Weekly is pedal to the metal fun format, and hosted by the #1 Automotive Radio personality in America, Bob Long. Bob has been a professional broadcaster for over 30 years.

Motor News Weekly delivers experts from all consumer and enthusiast publications and websites featuring veteran automotive host, Bob Long in the driver’s seat. Motor News Weekly combines unbiased opinions and coverage of automotive events world wide. The show also features weekly test drive reviews, motor sports news, automotive business coverage and delivers the most up to the minute automotive news in the industry.

Radio and automobiles have been lifelong passions for host, Bob Long. His enthusiasm for cars started as a child collecting auto magazines and memorabilia. His love for broadcasting began in grade school and led to a radio career starting at age seventeen. Long is the former producer and host of Motor Trend Radio, Motor Trend Radio Magazine, Motor Trend Weekend, AutoWorld and Car Crazy radio programs.

Motor News Weekly will feature the latest information on selling new and used cars, looking at the latest new cars from Detroit, Europe, and Asia and will feature expert advice and opinion’s from the automotive industry’s leading journalists, writing for national automobile enthusiast and consumer magazines. The show will also feature interviews with the leading experts in collecting and restoring antique and classic automobiles, along with interviews of automotive engineers and product planners on getting the inside track on upcoming technological innovations, direct from the manufacturers.

Schedule

Su 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Jacobs-Sanders Field - home of the Tri-City Padres 1970-72
Jacobs-Sanders Field - home of the Tri-City Padres 1970-72 (Benton County Historical Society)
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San Diego Padres Returning to Tri-Cities Not a Surprise

Besides a long history of baseball between the two far-flung regions,  The Padres moving their Class A  farm club to Tri-Cities will benefit players, fans. (Pictured is the old Sanders-Jacobs Field in Kennewick, home of the Padres 1970-72. The road to the right of stadium is Clearwater Ave.)

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Popular foreign language program sued by Washington State AG
Popular foreign language program sued by Washington State AG (Washington state legislative website)
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WA State AG Sues Pimsleur Langauge Program Company for Fraud

You've probably seen their ads on TV or on radio.  Now, they're getting sued for fraud.

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Jay Inslee renews call for carbon taxes
Jay Inslee renews call for carbon taxes (Photo by Taylor Hill/Getty Images)
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Northwest Governors Renew Call for Carbon Taxes, Push Global Warming Agenda

With world leaders meeting this week in New York for the United Nations Climate Leadership Summit,  the Governors of WA, OR, CA and the Premiere of British Columbia issued statements all but guaranteeing they will pursue carbon taxes.

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Social network buys virtual reality developer
Social network buys virtual reality developer (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
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Is Virtual Reality Coming to Facebook?

According to the Financial Times of London,  Facebook has purchased a leading company that markets VR (virtual reality) headsets for video games.

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North Seattle strip club puts up digital readerboard
North Seattle strip club puts up digital readerboard (Courtesy Families for Lake City)
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Seattle City Officials Approve Strip Club Videoboard – Neighbors Are Furious

Residents living near a strip club in North Seattle woke up this weekend to find a large videoboard outside that gives everyone a glimpse of what's going on "inside." (Pictured is a transportation van being used by the club for patrons - courtesy of familiesforlakecity.com)

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New poll says NFL viewing habits won't change
New poll says NFL viewing habits won't change (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)
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90% of Americans Say Domestic Violence Issues Won’t Change NFL Viewing Habits

The poll, conducted by NBC News by the Marist Corporation, also doesn't share the same view of the Commissioner as special interest groups do.

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NFL Commissioner Goodell
NFL Commissioner Goodell (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)
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NFL Commissioner Pledges Domestic Violence Reforms

After a ten-day silence over recent domestic violence issues in the NFL,  Roger Goodell held a press conference Friday.

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Oregon crash north of Pendleton injures five
Oregon crash north of Pendleton injures five (Oregon State Patrol)
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Investigation Continues in Deadly Four-Car Crash North of Pendleton [PHOTOS]

Oregon State Patrol officials continue to search for information as to why a driver crossed over into the opposite lane on Highway 11, triggering a four car crash that sent five people to area hospitals.

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WA state farm bureau endorses Newhouse
WA state farm bureau endorses Newhouse (Photo by Darren Hauck/Getty Images)
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Despite Potato Commission Flap, State Farm Bureau Endorses Newhouse

It's rather ironic that virtually the same time the Washington State Executive Ethics Commission has fined the Executive Director of the State's Powerful Potato board,  the State Farm Bureau announced it's endorsing Dan Newhouse for Congress.

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First scandal surfaces in 4th District Campaign
First scandal surfaces in 4th District Campaign (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
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Newhouse Campaign Official Fined for Violations By State Ethics Commission

The Washington State Executive Ethics board says there's "reasonable cause" behind allegations that the Grant County Chairman of the Dan Newhouse campaign, who is also the Executive Director of the Washington State Potato Commission,  committed ethics violations this summer.   The violations stem from using state potato commission resources to help the campaign.  And there's more.

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